Mumbai-based iconic emcee and lyricist Emiway Bantai paid tribute to the late Sidhu Moosewala during a recent live set in Chandigarh. Bantai – who is touring across India as part of his ‘8 Saal Tour’ – played The Kidd-produced ‘295’ and paid Moosewala his flowers. Further, the ‘King of the Streets’ did Moosewala’s signature move too and had the massive crowd turned up.
Watch the clip here.
The legendary Punjabi Hip-Hop superstar Sidhu Moosewala was shot dead by unidentified gunmen on May 29th 2022. Ever since the, Indian Hip-Hop has consistently mourned his loss numerous times. Most recently, Gully Gang’s bossman Divine paid his tribute to ‘the Last Ride’ rapper during the Gunehgar album launch concert in Mumbai.
Divine hasn’t fell short of giving Moosewala his flowers on his latest album too. The Gully Gang rapper and mogul paid his tribute to the Sidhu Moosewala on Stunnah Beatz-produced ‘Street Lori’.
Joining forces with Wazir Patar – Moosewala’s protégé and the producer behind the late emcee’s ‘The Last Ride’ – Divine remembered the ‘Moosedrilla’ superstar who was shot dead in May this year. “Truth are my bars as if Moosewala wrote them / I rap as if Moosewala stands behind me / You get scared as if you just saw Moosewala / ‘Legends Never Die’ Moosewala is still alive (Rest in Peace Moosewala)” Divine raps on the Patar-assisted track.
Listen to ‘Street Lori’ by Divine f/ Wazir Patar here if you haven’t yet.